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The Popular Crew: Avalanche National TV Schedule Announced



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With seemingly no end in sight in the dispute between Altitude TV and Comcast, it’s still a little too difficult to watch Colorado Avalanche games locally.

However, there was good news on Wednesday, as it was announced the Avalanche will be featured on National television quite a bit next season.

15 times, to be exact. Six of those games will air on ESPN, while the other nine can been seen on TNT.

In addition to those 15 games, ESPN+/Hulu will air two more Avalanche games to anyone who subscribes.

Here’s a look at what games you’ll be able to watch on ESPN:

  • Oct. 17 vs. Seattle Kraken
  • Oct. 19 vs. Chicago Blackhawks
  • Feb. 29 vs. Chicago Blackhawks
  • April 7 vs. Dallas Stars
  • April 9 vs. Minnesota Wild
  • April 18 vs. Edmonton Oilers

The two games that will air on ESPN+/Hulu are:

  • Feb. 6 vs. New Jersey Devils
  • Feb. 27 vs. Dallas Stars

As for TNT, here are the games they’ll be airing on their network, including the season opener.

  • Oct. 11 vs. Los Angeles Kings
  • Nov. 1 vs. St. Louis Blues
  • Nov. 7 vs. New Jersey Devils
  • Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota Wild
  • Dec. 13 vs. Buffalo Sabres
  • Jan. 10 vs. Vegas Golden Knights
  • March 6 vs. Detroit Red Wings
  • March 24 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
  • April 14 vs. Vegas Golden Knights

So yes, that’s a lot of Avalanche hockey on National TV, and good matchups, too. I find it interesting that both games against the Devils will be shown nationally. Those, in my opinion, will be “must watch” games, as both teams play an entertaining brand of hockey. Three of Colorado’s first four games will be seen Nationally,

As always, stay tuned to CHN for post-game coverage every night.

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